MicrosoftSpartan 2015 Microsoft Edge MicrosoftEdge 2019
2015 2015–2019 2019–present

Project Spartan


MicrosoftSpartan 2015

Spartan was the beta codename for a new web browser developed by Microsoft that was included with Windows 10. The logo was a simple blank globe in orthographic projection.

Microsoft Edge


Microsoft Edge

On April 29, 2015, at Microsoft's Build Conference, the company revealed that Spartan would be officially named Microsoft Edge, with a logo reminiscent of Internet Explorer.

Dec 2018–Nov 2019

On December 3, 2018, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Edge will be replaced by a new Chromium-based web browser for Windows 10.[1] . That led to development versions getting released in Chromium-style channels: Beta, Dev and Canary.


MicrosoftEdge 2019

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In advance of the browser becoming Chromium-based, Microsoft unveiled a new 'e' monogram on November 2, 2019. The new logo broke from the Internet Explorer likeness of before. The logo was unveiled as part of an Easter Egg hunt and surfing minigame found in the most recent Canary version of the browser.


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